Chaotic Resolve

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Chaotic Resolve
Studio album by Plumb
Released February 28, 2006
Recorded 2005
Genre Soft rock, pop metal[1][2]
Length 60:34
Label Curb
Producer Matt Bronleewe
Plumb chronology
Simply Plumb
(2005)
Chaotic Resolve
(2006)
Blink
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Jesus Freak Hideout 4.5/5 stars[3]
Cross Rhythms 10/10 stars[4]
The Phantom Tollbooth 4/5 stars[5]

Chaotic Resolve is the fourth album by Christian singer Plumb which features the songs, "I Can't Do This", "Better", "Bittersweet", "Blush" and "Cut". It also features a remake of Michael W. Smith's song "Pray For Me" and an extended remix of "Damaged" as bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

Album release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Blush (Only You)"   Tiffany Arbuckle-Lee, Matt Bronleewe 3:49
2. "I Can't Do This"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 4:03
3. "Real Life Fairytale"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 5:05
4. "Better" (featuring Rockefeller Jones) Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe, Shaun Shankel 4:10
5. "Manic"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 3:57
6. "Cut"   Arbuckle-Lee, Brandon Arbuckle, Jeremy Bose, Bronleewe 4:01
7. "Bittersweet"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 4:49
8. "Good Behavior"   Arbuckle-Lee, Arbuckle, Bronleewe 4:01
9. "Motion"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 3:54
10. "I Have Nothing"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe, Savannah Packard 2:52
11. "Jekyll & Hyde"   Arbuckle-Lee, Shankel 4:35
12. "Sleep"   Arbuckle-Lee, Bronleewe 5:46
13. "Damaged" (Redemption Extended Version) (Bonus Track) Arbuckle-Lee, Thad Beaty, Bronleewe 5:49
14. "Pray for Me" (Bonus Track) Wayne Kirkpatrick, Michael W. Smith 3:36
Total length:
60:27

Singles[edit]

  • "Better" (2005)
  • "I Can't Do This" (2005)
  • "Cut" (2006)
  • "Bittersweet" (2006)
  • "Real Life Fairytale" (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Breimeier, Russ. "Silent Screams". TheFish.com. Christianity Today. Retrieved March 26, 2013. [Eowyn is] more successful than Fireflight at capturing the gothic pop-metal of Evanescence and Plumb. 
  2. ^ Breimeir, Russ. "Chaotic Resolve". TheFish.com. Christianity Today. Retrieved March 26, 2013. But the dominant sound on Chaotic Resolve is the modern pop-metal popularized by Evanescence in 2003. 
  3. ^ "Jesus Freak Hideout review". Jesusfreakhideout.com. February 28, 2006. Retrieved February 27, 2013. 
  4. ^ "Cross Rhythms review". Cross Rhythms. April 24, 2006. Retrieved February 27, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Cross Rhythms review". The Phantom Tollbooth. 3/12/06. Retrieved February 27, 2013.  Check date values in: |date= (help)